" . . . A mom with children . . ." - When Lyla Got Lost (and found) The term "Stranger Danger" just isn't used it feels quite as much as it was when I was younger. Which as a parentis particularly unsettling. However in our home, it is used. Not to mention probably topic… Continue reading Stranger Danger Books
Alert King County provides a public alert system that keeps King County residents informed about potential widespread emergencies in their region—such as severe weather, health risks, major transportation disruptions and terrorist activities. Registration is free and users are able to choose the types of notification alerts they would like to receive. Take Winter by Storm… Continue reading Winter Weather and Alerts
Following Hanna Newton's blog post to Seattle Utilities Discount Program, I felt posting some thing regarding programs and options available for the rest of King County not on Seattle Utilities was necessary. Starting with options for low-income households Puget Sound Energy (PSE) offers two types of programs. Both of which are all administered by different… Continue reading Energy Programs Available for others not on Seattle Utilities Discount Program
This morning I received Resource Talk's post regarding Energy Assistance Appointment Lines are open.You can find a link below to that article. More importantly I want to re-post my own personal post on other Energy Assistance Programs that are Federal and open any time to just about everyone. However understand this option isn't going to… Continue reading Energy Assistance Appointment Lines Open
What is a winter shelter? It’s a shelter that is open EVERY DAY during the winter season. I took the time to put the PDFs in jpg format for loading to social media simpler. You can find the PDF versions and the original source at http://wp.me/p2W5zh-1CE They would like to emphasize that the location, hours,… Continue reading 2017-2018 Winter Shelter Information for King County
Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care will be holding an open hour on Wednesday, October 18th to celebrate the opening of their new Recovery Place Seattle – Beacon Hill facility. Recovery Place Seattle – Beacon Hill will offer 32 detox beds and 34 Intensive Inpatient rehabilitation beds as well as a full array of supportive services… Continue reading Valley Cities Behavioral to open new doors
. . . I learned so much from the class that I use every day. - S. Anderson Wanted to share this absolutely great class.